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Cura 15.04 release notes?

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Dear all,

since I was not here for a long time (due to new forum login problem) I want to know if there are any release notes for Cura 15.04?

I still have 15.02, is there also 15.03 available?

What has changed?

Makes it sense to update?

Long time ago I also asked what is PU (Pink Unicorn) - is it available now?

Thanks for any update...

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When you install it, it says:

New in this version:

* Fixed a small issue where Cura sometimes failed enable the save button

* Added save gcode shortcut key (CTRL+G)

* Update UM2, UM2go and UM2extended firmware for the new support url on errors

* Fixed small issue in the UM2go firmware

But I noticed also, that they moved Cura sources to Ultimaker. And it looks like a lot of changes to the build mechanics.

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But I noticed also, that they moved Cura sources to Ultimaker.  And it looks like a lot of changes to the build mechanics.

 

The version that is hosted with Ultimaker is a complete re-work of Cura, which is currently in closed beta.

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Hi,

currently I am running Cura 15.02.1.

But if I start Cura 15.02.1 it does not tell me that there is a new version available.

It neither asks for firmware update for my UM2.

Do I have to manually update to 15.04?

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